A Poem about the "Miracle Girl"

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I wrote it in a writing class and my teacher went on a spiel about gymnastics to try to prove she actual knew something that made her special. About her friend's son who was a college gymnast and how tough it was blah blah blah. I was like :rolleyes:

Stronger, faster
Stretchier, longer
Skinnier, blonder
So good, so soon
So strong, so fast
It's in her veins
It's in her blood
And I cannot compete

The subject is this one girl who HAPPENS to be the strongest, skinniest, blondest girl on the team. She joined the team in January with a smattering level five skills...and now she's working level seven...And she happens to be the coach's (who was an international Soviet gymnast) daughter. :mad:

So, ANYWAY...what do you think about the poem?

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